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What fruits do you add to Epic Pale Ale?

February 19th, 2008 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Yes the aroma of Epic is very fruit driven with people getting citrus, grapefruit, rose petals, turkish delight and apricots. But there is nothing other than malt, hops, yeast and water used in the making of Epic to give it the aroma and flavour it has. The intensity is the significant amount of hops we add to the beer throughout the process. And I mean alot, like 3000% more than the average beer. So the answer is no fruits are added, just shed-loads of hops.

Where is Epic Pale Ale brewed?

January 27th, 2008 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Pale Ale is brewed at Steam Brewing Company, 186 James Fletcher Drive, Otahuhu, Auckland, New Zealand. Steam Brewing Company started in October 1995 and was the brewery operation behind the original Cock & Bull brewpub. As the company grew and more pubs opened a larger brewery was purchased (previously Auckland Breweries). The capacity was large and the idea of creating a stand alone bottled beer brand separate from the Cock & Bull beers was proposed by me in late 2004. 2005 was the brand creation and recipe development year, and an official launch in 2006 after the winning of Supreme Champion Beer. October 2007 I purchased the Epic brand from Steam Brewing Company and we have a manufacturing agreement to continue production of Epic at Steam.

What hops are used in Epic Pale Ale?

January 14th, 2008 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Pale Ale uses just one hop variety – US Cascade. These Cascade hops are grown in the Yakima Valley in Washington State, USA. Cascade – Very successful and well-established American aroma hop developed by Oregon State University’s breeding program in 1956 from Fuggle and Serebrianker (a Russian variety), but not released for cultivation until 1972. Piney, citrusy, and quite assertive.(Alpha acid: 4.5–6.0% / beta acid: 5.0–7.0% )

Is Epic Pale Ale vegan?

January 14th, 2008 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Yes. Epic Pale Ale is vegan as there is no animal products used in the brewing of the beer. No fining agents such as isinglass, gelatin, or egg whites are used. Epic Pale Ale is cold conditioned for 4 weeks at -1.5C which helps with clarity and stability. It is then filtered for final clarity.

MORE – New Epic Outlets

December 6th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Here is the latest outlets that now have Epic Pale Ale – Rotorua New World – in store tasting Friday & Saturday – Warkworth Super Liquor – Warkworth New World – Keri Keri New World – Highway Liquor Orewa – The Merchant of Tirau and – Caro’s – Metro Best Wine Shop Metro Best Beer is also available at these Metro Best – Victoria Park New World – Metro Best Supermarket – Mea Culpa – Metro Best Cocktail – Farro Fresh – Metro Best Gourmet Food Emporium – Galbraith’s Alehouse* – Metro Best Pub (*The last pre-release Epic Lager keg is all but sold out, you might still get a taste if you are there for Friday drinks)

Metro – Best Beer – EPIC

November 26th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Here is a scan from Metro Magazine about the Best Beer in Auckland – Epic Pale Ale

Best of Auckland – METRO – Best Beer is Epic Pale Ale

November 26th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Combing the city in search of the best things it has to offer has become the magazine’s own seasonal tradition. We rate this year’s comprehensive list of deserving winners in 115 different categories as our best “Best of” yet. Best Beer: Epic Pale Ale

Epic @ Galbraith’s

November 23rd, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Lager will be on tap next week at Galbraith’s Alehouse. This week after delivery it was found the beer line from the keg to the bar had been cut off and used for something else. Don’t worry they’ll get around to hooking up some new tubing, maybe on Monday or Tuesday. If you do go along for an Epic Lager and it isn’t flowing yet, you can always be assured that the Epic Pale Ale is on offer.

NZ brewer going it alone

November 14th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

One of New Zealand’s top beer brewers is going it alone. Multi-award winner Luke Nicholas has bought the Epic Brewing Company and with it the Epic brand, from his now former employer the Steam Brewing Company. Nicholas is planning to take Epic worldwide, after it won best in class at last year’s BrewNZ International Beer Awards. It also claimed a silver medal this year, behind another of his beers, Monk’s Habit, a Steam Brewing Company product. Epic Mayhem was awarded bronze. Nicholas says he will be taking Epic to the world in measured steps. The first is the launch of Epic Lager in February next year. Full Story Newstalk ZB NZ Herald

New Epic Outlets (with maps)

November 13th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized 2 comments

Here is an update of recent outlets that have started stocking Epic Pale Ale. See Google map of Epic Pale Ale outlets Auckland: Galbraith’s Alehouse La Barrique Whitianga: Golddiggers Tirau: The Merchant of Tirau Wellington: (see Google Map of Wellington outlets of Epic Pale Ale) New World Metro New World Thordon Centre City Wines & Spirits D4 (opening this week – Epic Pale Ale – ON TAP)

Pre-Release Epic Lager

October 31st, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Today I’m delivering two kegs of pre-release Epic Lager to Hallertau. This is the first time it will be available for sale in Auckland. It has been available for a number of weeks in Wellington. On Tap at the Malthouse On Fill Your Own at Regional Wines & Spirits If and when you have tried it, please give me some feedback. Any feedback will contribute to the final tweaks before formulating the final recipe.

Regional Wines APA and IPA tasting

October 30th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Last week Regional Wines & Spirits held an APA and IPA tasting run by Geoff Griggs. Out of the New Zealand beers tasted Epic Pale Ale was ranked the highest (votes) Epic Pale Ale (25) Founders Fair Maiden (16) Tuatara IPA (9) Renaissance Discovery APA (3)

Beer from the Motherland

October 26th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Pale Ale 5.4%ABV The first APA up and it’s the star of recent NZ beer history. Full of American hops and finding its way into chillers that have never seen a craft beer in there lives its big its brash and you’ll never again be hopless. Pours a pale gold with a sustained white head. Aroma features a complex mix of lychees, a touch of gooseberry, an un defined tropical fruit note, tropic Just Juice? . On the palate there is lots of tropical fruit, a slight salty note, some sweet malt a slightly hollow finish that seems to be neither bitter nor sweet. Fantastic aroma, a little unbalanced on the palate. from Beer from the Motherland – by Kieran Haslett-Moore Full Story

Best Of 2007 – Epic Mayhem

October 9th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Best Of 2007 by Neil Miller for Salient “Best beers of 2007 Epic Mayhem – looks good, tastes great but I’d better have another just to be sure.” Full Story  

Epic @ Headspace 07

October 9th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Pale Ale was the exclusive beer sponsor at the Headspace 07 launch party (Thursday 04 October 2007). Great night and even made it into the social pages for Herald on Sunday. Photos see George FM About Headspace 07 Headspace 07 Website

Epic finalist at BeST Design Awards

September 28th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

The BeST Design Awards are a national award programme of the Designers Institute of New Zealand, recognising New Zealand’s best graphic, product and spatial design. October 5 2007 – BeST Design Awards Ceremony, Dinner and After Party, Aotea Centre at THE EDGE Full Details – Epic Pale Ale

September 27th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Latest Review of Epic Pale Ale on kempicus (42), Wellington, New Zealand Date: Sep 14, 2007 Overall 18/20 Gotta say when i first read about this beer i thought…yeah yeah another brewer talking up the usual weasel piss they produce….wow was i wrong! I love it when things live up to the hype! Great beer, loads of flavour…malt, hops the lot with a great nose.

Epic has become currency

September 20th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

A case of Epic beer to the first person… I’ll buy a case of Epic beer to the first person* that can solve my networking problem at home, (special conditions apply of course). Full Story

Epic gets some LIPS action

September 5th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Pale Ale features on the front page of the LIPS – Liquor Information Pricing Search website. Epic Pale Ale – Hop Fuelled Taste Supreme Champion award winner, from a local craft brewery in Auckland. Each bottle is packed full of US grown Cascade hops, 3000% more hops than your average beer. Epic has the aroma & flavour intensity that you would expect from wine. Available in 6 x 330ml pack at 5.4% abv.

Face for Radio – Epic Afternoon

September 4th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic makes an unexpected appearance on the Face of Radio by Radio Active from Wellington. Cheers Radio Active.

The Best of New Zealand – Epic Pale Ale – Best Beer

July 31st, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

We have so much to be proud of in New Zealand, but you might be forgiven sometimes for thinking that our main pastoral industry was tall-poppy lopping. So here, with a wide-ranging but by no means exhaustive list, the Listener happily celebrates the best of New Zealand – and invites you, the reader, to celebrate, too, with your own contributions. The full text of this article appears in the NZ Listener (August 4-10 2007), on sale now. The full text will be available online on Aug 25, 2007.

iPhone meets Epic Pale Ale

July 13th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Last night (only 13 days after the release of the iPhone) Epic Pale Ale got to have its first encounter with an iPhone, and in Auckland, New Zealand of all places (that’s 10,530km from San Francisco), and it was working, though only on Wi-Fi (sim card removed). The iPhone was at the Auckland Web Meetup and everyone was very excited to check it out, while drinking an Epic Pale Ale. Epic likes iPhone Thanks for the pic Mike

Epic Diggnation Episode

June 12th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Diggnation Episode 101

Epic Pale Ale guest stars on Diggnation

June 11th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

This weeks episode 101 of Diggnation features Kevin & Alex drinking Epic Pale Ale. I had all but given up on the six pack I sent them back in March cause they had been drinking wine (who knows why) on the show and given up mostly on drinking the beers people were sending them. You can see the original Digg post I made here. So here we have it Epic Pale Ale on Diggnation. Thanks to the pilot David and my brother Flynn for getting the six pack to the Digg offices. You can listen to the podcast here Or watch the video podcast here (when it is uploaded) Cheers Luke

Tabac gets Epic Pale Ale – TONIGHT

June 8th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Tonight at 5.30pm we are giving the customers of Tabac a taste of Epic. Tabac Reviewed Tabac – Wikipedia

Epic Tasting Gets Blogged Live

June 1st, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Had a fun tasting at Netconcepts on Friday afternoon. Epic achieved another first with a blog posting being made during the tasting. Live blogging during tasting. Cheers Mike. Look forward to the Meetup on the 14th

Mea Culpa Wins Outstanding Bar

May 30th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Congratulations to our friends at Mea Culpa for winning the The Gilmours Outstanding Bar award at the recent Lewisham Foundation Awards This award now adds to Simon Gorman winning Bartender of the Year last year. Head down and celebrated with them with the award winning Epic Pale Ale. View Zoomin Map

Epic Wins More Awards In Australia

May 4th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Brewing Company was awarded more medals at the recent 2007 Australia International Beer Awards, held in Melbourne. Epic Pale Ale – SILVER Epic Mayhem – SILVER Full List of Results

Believe the hype

May 2nd, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

I’M loving Epic Pale Ale at the moment. The label claims to be “Making the world a better place with beer”, and for once the advertising hype is true. This beer is all good. It’s got a lovely aroma, not strong, of dust and old citrus rind with all the sweetness removed. In the mouth there is a huge grapefruit character and bucket loads of hop power. Resin comes through as well, along with the grassy flavour you get from sucking on a grass stem on a summer’s day. The Supreme Champion in the 2006 NZ International Beer Awards, Epic is just bigger than the average beer, more fruit in a curiously dry way because the fruit is citrus. It’s too strong for delicate food, but a great match for flavoursome, salty meats and stews. I’m going to try this Auckland thriller with everything. Full Article – Capital Times by Aaron Watson

Epic Pale Ale – Latest Review from

April 29th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

mgbridges (1), England Apr 24, 2007 HOPS!!! The label on this beer promises them, and it delivers them by the bucketload. Oodles of bitterness but backed up by a fruity undercurrent. Very refreshing and cleansing. Would be interesting to try this with rich foods. Aroma: 8/10 Appearance: 4/5 Flavor: 10/10 Palate: 5/5 Overall: 17/20

Epic Pale Ale stocked in the 5th best bar in the world

April 26th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

You can buy an Epic Pale Ale at the 5th best bar in the world, Matterhorn. “The Cuba St bar has just been named Bartender magazine’s fifth best bar in the world.” “The accolade follows hard on the heels of its rating as best New Zealand bar at the inaugural New Zealand Bar Awards.” “The bar is particularly popular with celebrity types and over the years has hosted some big names in entertainment, including Sir Ian McKellan, Gordon Ramsay, Jack Black, Orlando Bloom, Naomi Watts, Burt Reynolds and Liv Tyler.” Full Article – Herald on Sunday Map of Epic Outlets in Wellington

Epic Seen On TV3 News

April 24th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

On Friday night there was a news story on TV3 talking about Coke distributing beer brands, Miller and Peroni in New Zealand. In the closing shot of the story they scan a walking in beer fridge and the shot ends with Epic center shot. Can’t miss that bold packaging. “Thanks camera guy at TV3. I’ll shout you an Epic if we ever meet.” Watch Story Now [I didn’t actually see this live, but have had a couple of people make comment about seeing Epic on TV, so I thought I would share it with those that missed it] Cheers Luke

Epic Tastings – This Week

April 20th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

We have the following tastings coming up for Epic Pale Ale Friday 20th April – 3pm to 7pm – Duffy & Finns, 75 Edinburgh St, Pukekohe Saturday 21st April – 3pm to 7pm – Duffy & Finns, 75 Edinburgh St, Pukekohe – Miller & Co., 419 Tamaki Drive, St Heliers Friday 4th May – time to be announced, evening – The Whiskey, 210 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby (more details to follow) See you in Pukekohe Cheers Luke

Epic Pale Ale on a Google Map

April 18th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

To answer our number one question – “so where can I buy some Epic Pale Ale” I have created an online map, using the newly released Google Maps tool. And it’s a bunch easier to use than our previous map. So here it is. MAP! It is only up to date for the greater Auckland region but by the weekend I hope to get the rest of the country up to date with Epic outlets. This will make it easier to find your closest Epic Pale Ale retailer. Cheers Luke

On the Hop – Glenngarry

April 15th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

[during the month of April, Epic Pale Ale is on special at all Glengarry stores] from their newsletter April 2007 “Created by Steam Brewing Company, who started in Auckland’s Cock and Bull pub and grew monumentally, acquiring the Auckland Brewery premises and a rep for fabbo NZ beers, of which this Homeric lager is but one. Their aim is to make the ‘biggest beers possible’ from the four trad ingredients; blood, sweat, tears and venture capital. Nope, water, hops malt, yeast. The Pale Ale is so popular it’s blushing, while this addition to the blockbuster brewery range will no doubt cement their rep further. Fresh, fully-flavoured, weighty and drinkable, it’s grand, Herculean, indeed monumental. Course.”

Glengarry Add Epic Pale Ale to Online Store

March 28th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Visit Glengarry to buy Epic Pale Ale online

Amazing Race 07

March 27th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

The weekend was awesome. We did tastings at Foodtown Greenlaneand Foodtown Auckland City on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 3pm to 7pm, and sponsored the Parnell Gentleman’s Club – Amazing Race 07 on Saturday. It is really interesting to note now how far we have come with Epic Pale Ale since we started doing tastings in November 2006 in supermarkets and bottle shops. Pre Christmas Epic Pale Ale was so new that no one had heard of it or ever seen it. Post Christmas, early February, Epic Pale Ale had become a brand that people had heard of, or seen somewhere, and were talking about it, which created interest at tastings. The tastings we ran at the weekend were very encouraging, with many comments of people having seen it, tasted, purchased, and even people that had it in their fridge at home, and that Epic Pale Ale was their new favorite beer. Awareness for Epic Pale Ale is increasing and more and more people are discovering it and buying to share with their friends. On Saturday Epic had the privilege to be a sponsor for the Parnell Gentleman’s Club’s “Amazing Race 07”. This was an event where 30 odd teams traveled around Auckland on 11 legs, completing tasks on each leg. The event was filmed by TV station C4, ( I’m hoping to get some footage of the event for our YouTube Channel). The event was a fundraiser for Prostate Cancer. [more on this event, including photos, and video as they come to hand]

Epic Video from Hospitality NZ Show 2006

March 23rd, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Jenni gets interviewed at the Hospitality NZ Show 2006 about Epic Beer.

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Australian International Beer Awards 2007

March 14th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Last night our samples of Epic Pale Ale flew out on Air New Zealand to Melbourne for the Australian International Beer Awards. Judging starts Monday 19th March. Awards will be announced at the Beer Awards Presentation Dinner,Thursday 19th April Sofitel Melbourne, 25 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia. [UPDATE: San Fran six pack to DIGGNation. It was picked up from the pilot at the Hilton SF, and is now waiting for delivery to the Digg HQ]

EPIC, the Beer Drinker of the Year, and a good shag!

March 12th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Beer Drinker of the Year - Grieg McGill [photo: Waikato Beer Drinker of the Year – Greig McGill] On Wednesday 28th February at the Cock & Bull in Hamilton there was the inaugural Waikato Beer Drinker of the Year, which Epic sponsored. I was one of the judges along with Bruce Holloway who is the beer writer for the Waikato Times. Bruce has a recent articlewhich covered this event as well as the New Zealand Beer Festvial This is a fantastic couple of lines from his article: But sole female entrant Denise had the best line of the night when asked to nominate her favourite beer. “If I’ve been mowing the lawns an Export Gold is okay,” she said. “But after a good shag I need an Epic.” Epic is currently the sponsor of Tuesday Trivia Nights at the Cock & Bull pubs

More Recent “EPIC” Press

March 5th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

National Business Review ran an article about the New Zealand Beer Festival on 9th February 2007. “Amber liquid gets festival of its own”. Epic gets a quote. See copy of the article here

Recent “EPIC” Press

March 5th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

18 February 2007 – Sunday Star Times Magazine SUNDAY. Epic features in the “going up, going down” list. EPIC is “going up”…”Mmmmmm, hoppy!”

Six Pack flys to San Francisco from NZ with pilot for Diggnation

March 2nd, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Tonight Epic Pale Ale has the privilege of flying from Auckland, New Zealand to San Francisco with one of the Air New Zealand pilots of flight NZ008 (track the flight here). He has a six pack as part of his carry on. This is a special mission to get Epic Pale Ale to Kevin & Alex of theDiggnation podcast – As a bit of a tech geek as well as a total beer geek, and brewer of the Epic Pale Ale, I have finally now found a way to get a six pack of Epic Pale Ale (current Supreme Champion Beer from the New Zealand International Beer Awards 2006 ) from New Zealand to San Francisco, where my brother (yes a New Zealander working as a web designer for Real Branding in San Francisco) will make the pick up from the hotel where the pilot is staying, this weekend. Epic Pale Ale is very lucky to get this flight at such late notice, as if it had to buy a seat tonight it would cost NZ$2329 + airport taxes (US$1650). That’s a flying time of 13 hours and a distance of 10,420 km or 6,475 miles. Once the beer has been secured it will be delivered to the head quarters, and with a bit of luck Kevin and Alex will have the opportunity to sample New Zealand’s best beer on the next episode ofDiggnation. Fingers crossed. Once the beer has been delivered to we will give you an update. Cheers Luke Yes, I know there has been a bunch going on with Epic over the last couple of weeks like its listing in “What’s Hot” in the Sunday Star Times a couple weekends ago, and the NZ Beer Festival. As soon as I get a chance I’ll post some more updates. Thanks again for drinking Epic and telling your friends about it.

Photo from the Epic Summer Holiday

February 26th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Hot cloudless, summer days at the beach with a chilled hoppy Epic Pale Ale. Enjoy the aroma Enjoy the flavour Enjoy Epic Pale Ale Summertime 2007 More photos here Labels:

Another Epic Week of Summer

February 7th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Last week was another great week for Epic. We had mentions on the radio, which you may have heard. George FMand Newstalk ZB both gave us a shout out. I also got interviewed for an article to feature in the up coming issue of the National Business Review (NBR), in relation to the New Zealand Beer Festival. Tastings last week were a success, both at The PR Bar, and New World Victoria Park. I was very impressed with the number of people at Vic Park that came up to me and said ” I’ve heard of Epic, can I please have a try”. The word is getting out. And after a try they are surprised how different and how good it is. One lady was so shocked that she liked it (as she was a “wine drinker” and didn’t like beer), that she apologized for the look on her face. Her and her friend ended up both buying a six pack for the BBQ they were going to. Now there is a vote of confidence for the Supreme Champion Beer of New Zealand. The new issue of Ponsonby News is out now with a photo of last issues winner of the case of Epic Pale Ale and the new competition. Below is Zambesi’s Briar Neville winner of a case of Epic Pale Ale.

100 EPIC Tonight – The PR Bar

January 30th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Just a reminder that tonight we are celebrating our 100th Epic outlet and putting 100 bottles of Epic Pale Ale on the bar. Please head down and join us if you are able, and bring a friend who hasn’t tasted Epic Pale Ale before. Everyone will get a bottle of Epic Pale Ale to try. From: 5.30pm, Thursday 1st February 2007 At: The PR Bar, 2 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland If you can’t make that you can always visit me at New World Victoria Park on Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd, for a free taste of Epic Pale Ale. I’ll be there from 3.30pm – 7.30pm (Epic Pale Ale will be on sale). Cheers Luke P.S. have you purchased your tickets to the New Zealand Beer Festival, Epic will beer there. They are limiting the tickets to just 5000.

Lastest Epic Pale Ale Reveiw on

January 17th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

bmackenzie (19), Wellington, New Zealand Date: Jan 5, 2007 Bottle from Regional. Nice fresh one! Resin of fresh hops comes thru in the aroma, it’s like smelling a bag of hops, slightly dusty which i haven’t got before, grapefruit, lemon, lots of grassiness. Dry non-dextrinous beer, wi th a soft malt and bittereness at the start. Fruit and hopiness of those brilliant American hops, grapefruit -lemon, a little spice and long pleasant lingering bitterness Overall 17/20

Blues, Brews & BBQ’s – Mt Maunganui

January 15th, 2007 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

What a fantastic day we had at the Blues, Brews & BBQ’s. 12,000 people arrive to a hot sunny day, thirsty to drink beer and have some fun. By 5.30pm the place was packed and they were at least 8 deep at the bar, as far as the eye could see any way. Blues, Brews & BBQ's We even had a volunteer that offered to wear the first ever Epic Bottle Label Bra. There was a lot of interest in this bra which my have had some influence in the increased Epic Pale Ale sales. Sales were up 60% over 2006. Epic Label Bra For more photos visit epicbeer at Next Epic Beer Festival is Saturday 24th February, The New Zealand Beer Festival See you there Luke

Best Beer in New Zealand – Epic Pale Ale

December 30th, 2006 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Epic Pale Ale has been ranked the best beer in New Zealand on the Top Ten New Zealand Beers of 2006.

Have a Epic Christmas

December 25th, 2006 Posted by Uncategorized No Comment yet

Merry Christmas from Epic. We hope you got some wonderful presents from Santa. I’ll post an update soon of everything we have been up to over the last few weeks. Hopefully you got you tickets for the Blues, Brews & BBQ’s in Mount Maunganui so you can come see us on the 11th January. If not make sure you don’t miss out on The New Zealand Beer Festivalat Ellerslie Racecourse 24th February 2007. (official site) Cheers Luke